November 2018 Archive

Rebellion peewee AE champions in wine country

King Township’s very-own peewee AE team competed in the annual Niagara on the Lake Harvest Fall Classic hockey tournament on Nov. 2-4.

Importance of family vital to King Fire and Emergency Services

There’s a large, close-knit family in King that numbers over 150 men, women, mothers, fathers, sons and daughters. They all share a passion for helping their communities, and risking their lives in the process. The family got together last week for an annual reunion, at the 2018 King Fire & Emergency Services Appreciation Dinner, held at Nobleton Lakes.

Muzzo denied parole

Marco Muzzo will have to wait another year before he applies for parole once more. The Parole Board denied Muzzo’s application for day and full parole last week, noting he hasn’t addressed his alcohol misuse.

King Township Food Bank centres open this Saturday

This Saturday, Nov. 17, the three Distribution Centres are open from 9-11 a.m. to receive those registered with the Food Bank. If you need help, ...

Understanding our ever-changing selves

Who am I? On the surface, this seems to be the simplest of questions. Really? I think it’s the most difficult to answer.

Rebellion Atom AEs invade Huntsville, win title

This past weekend the King Rebellion Atom AE team headed to Huntsville to participate in the Huntsville Otters Winston Watson Memorial Atom AE Classic. Riding ...

Specialty shopping has returned to Schomberg’s Main Street

Just in time for the festive shopping season, there is a new pop-up art gallery on Main Street. Eleven artists have partnered to establish The ...

Navy Street Charity holds inaugural event at Pine Farms Orchard

Established in 2016, Navy Street Charity was born from a lifetime of personal experiences navigating a world full of barriers for individuals with disabilities. The charity’s founder Sandra Longo has an intimate familiarity with caring for loved ones with mobility issues.

Guide Light helps make seconds count

We all know that our lives can change in an instant. Just ask anyone who’s been in a car accident, or suffered a stroke. In an emergency, every second counts. It not only means the difference between life and death, but also between recovery and a lifetime of suffering.

King okays ground lease for recreation complex

King Township has officially become a tenant on 25 acres of land at Seneca College, King Campus. The parcel will be home to the new multi-purpose recreation facility. Council approved the ground lease for the project, situated on lands at the northwest corner of Dufferin Street and the 15th Sideroad.

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